Economía internacional: la economía monetaria

Este Curso es parte de

Pathway en International Economics


The topics covered by the course are at the very heart of today’s economic and political events. We aim at providing sound and specific tools for the analysis of international monetary economics and explore the most up to date evidence on and interpretation of the current and most relevant international phenomena. Beyond these general goals we aim at presenting and analysing in a critical manner the position of our country, Italy, in the rapidly changing world economy. 

The course focuses on the functioning of an international monetary system. It has three core parts: 

1) the first is meant to provide an historical and analytical perspective of different exchange rate regimes to highlight their pros and cons. 

2) A second part of the course will concern the specific analysis of the comparison of exchange rate regimes and macroeconomic policies characterising the most recent 2008 crisis and the ‘29 one. 

3) Finally, the course will provide a focus on the functioning of the Eurosystem and of the position of Italy within this system.

The main value added of the course is having instructors whose research field overlaps with the topics that they will cover.


Asistencia y Certificados

Cuota de Asistencia
GRATUITO!
Costo del Certificado de Participación
GRATUITO!

Categorìa

Ciencias Sociales

Horas de Entrenamiento

11

Nivel

Intermediate

Metodos de Curso

Tutoría

Idioma

English

Duraciòn

4 Semana

Tipología

Online

Estado del Curso

Autoaprendizaje

Iniciar Suscripciones

Oct 23, 2017

Apertura del Curso

Nov 13, 2017

Comenzando la Tutoría

Nov 13, 2017

Tutoría Final

Dec 10, 2017

Autoaprendizaje

Dec 11, 2017

Cierra Curso

No establecido
The course will provide participants with sound and specific tools for the analysis of international monetary economics and explore the most up to date evidence on and interpretation of the current and most relevant international phenomena. Beyond these general goals, the course will analyse in a critical manner the position of our country, Italy, in the international monetary system.
Economics, International Monetary Economics, International Monetary System, Exchange rate regimes.
De Grauwe, P., Economics of Monetary Union, Oxford University Press, 2014 (10th edition), only inherent chapters.
Video lectures combined with powerpoint slides, papers and reports and other supplementary downloadable information.
A Certificate of Attendance will be issued to students who have participated in the online course "International economics: the monetary economy". Students have to watch the video lectures and to pass the test at the end of each Section with a minimum score of 7/10 and the end of course test with a minimum score of 15/20.